15 Dec Winter around Montenegro
Not many people visit Montenegro in winter – but that’s a shame, because this season is actually one of the best times to visit Montenegro.
Sure, you won’t be able to sun yourself on the beach, but you also won’t find a single cruise ship and the prices will be as low as they get. You can wander through seemingly deserted cities that are packed and chaotic in summer, or you can head to the mountains for a winter wonderland experience that’ll cost a fraction of the price of a similar vacation in Western Europe.
Plus, Montenegro isn’t even that cold. Winter in Montenegro is often pleasant during the day, but cold at night along the coast. In Kotor, Budva, and other coastal cities, expect average highs of 13°C/55°F and lows of 2-3°C/26-37°F throughout December through February. It may snow in the surrounding mountains, but it’s rare (though not unheard of) for there to be snow on the ground in the cities themselves.